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Texas Hunting Leases

One of the things that sets hunting in Texas apart from most other states is that 98% of the huntable land is privately owned.  Therefore, if you hunt in Texas  you probably lease trespass rights from a private landowner.  Free public hunting land is scarce and often overcrowded with the hunting opportunities that are available there.  In contrast, most other states have ample publicly-owned land that affords hunters free access.

I’ve learned a few things about Texas hunting leases, hunters and landowners since the launching this website in 1998.  One of the most common questions I hear is, “when is the best time to be looking for a new lease?”  The answer to that is anytime you don’t have one, because you never know when the one you want will become available.  Hunters often begin looking for their new lease right after deer season ends.  Unfortunately, there aren’t a lot of  leases being advertised at that time of year because hunters haven’t told the landowners they’re currently with that they intend to move.  Although new lease….

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Javelina Hunting in Texas

Javelina Hunting in Texas

 The Javelina is probably the closest thing to a stalking bowhunter’s dream there is.  Although very nearsighted, they have a keen sense of smell and excellent hearing.  A bowhunter who stalks his prey from downwind has a very good chance of getting into bow range of one of these critters.
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Texas Hog Hunting

State officials say the feral hog population in Texas could be as high as 2 million.  The hogs cause nearly $400 million in damage a year, tearing up lawns and farmers’ fields as they dig for acorns or grubs to eat.  With some old boars reaching close to 400 lbs, they can also cause significant damage and injuries in car accidents when running out in front of vehicles.
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